Originally Posted by Q-Dat
Ordinarily I agree. But we have a situation here where too many people disagree on the interpretation of the simple wording. Additional description is needed here. To the point that it becomes indisputable. I know that some believe that it is clear enough the way that it is, but if it were then we wouldn't keep having these long debates about it.
There's no problem with the new rule. Pork can be trimmed, goes on pit a one piece. After that you can do what you want. That's the rule and intent.
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